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  1. Overhead PVC Pipe Clamp Holders

    These are easy to make. Cut 6-inch lengths of 4-inch-diameter PVC pipe. You'll need two pieces for each clamp holder. Drill a 1/4-inch hole in the side for lag bolt and drill a 1-1/2-inch hole with a Forstner bit directly across from the bolt hole. The larger hole allows you to get a socket...
  2. Clamp racks

    My wife and I bought our house in July 2013 and I have been getting the garage setup into my shop. I have a bunch of clamps that up until now were laying in a pile in the corner of the garage. These racks I built will get about half of my clamps off the ground. Once I build the rest of the...
  3. Angle iron Bar clamp holder holds up to 35 1in. pipe/bar clamps

    Hello all - A couple of times I have seen people post bar clamp holders on LJ's, and they're made from wood. I would like to show you mine that I made from 1 1/2 in. angle iron. It holds all my bar clamps, some that are 6ft. long. Total weight in clamps is probably around 200 lbs. The piece...
  4. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    The following was sent me from a past cow-orker: ===================================================================================== Tools Explained DRILL PRESS: A tall upright machine useful for suddenly snatching flat metal bar stock out of your hands so that it smacks you in the chest and...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    does anybody have a sliding miter saw from a company that make makes very accurate cuts.
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